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An easy walk, and an eerie walk

Millfore, 20_10_21.gpx I set out with the intention of climbing Millfore. With sunset at 6pm, I didn't think there would be enough time to fit in Cairnsmore of Fleet as well, although the prospect was tempting, as I didn't fancy another three-hour round trip to do a mountain climb that might only t...
by natubat
Mon Oct 25, 2021 8:19 pm
 
Forum: Walk reports - Scotland
Topic: An easy walk, and an eerie walk
Replies: 2
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Re: Snowdon Passion: Broken Spectre, Inversion, Views & Suns

Beautiful photos! The sunset ones remind me of my one trip to Snowdon with a group in 2018 - we went via Crib Goch and had a gentle walk back to the youth hostel where we were staying, watching the sun set. A magical place. We avoided the high car park charges by taking the bus to Snowdon from the B...
by natubat
Sun Oct 24, 2021 2:20 pm
 
Forum: Walk reports - Outside Scotland
Topic: Snowdon Watkin Passion: Brocken Spectre, Inversion & Sunset
Replies: 5
Views: 409

Re: Mayar and Driesh via Glen Prosen

What fantastic wildlife and dog photos! Especially the short-eared owl. I climbed Mount Battock last year - a relatively dull walk, but brightened up by lots of golden plovers. I think they were trying to draw my attention away from their nests. Beautiful birds.
by natubat
Sat Jul 04, 2020 10:40 pm
 
Forum: Walk reports - Scotland
Topic: Mayar and Driesh via Glen Prosen
Replies: 6
Views: 1160

Kirkton Glen with Creag an Tuirc and Lochan an Eireannaich

Cold but lovely day for a walk in Kirkton Glen. The single-track road from the A84 to Rob Roy's grave was icy and slippy in the morning – be warned! We spent 20 minutes walking round the very interesting graveyard, and then started walking up the path that runs between the graveyard and a sheep pen ...
by natubat
Sun Nov 22, 2015 9:30 pm
 
Forum: Walk reports - Scotland
Topic: Kirkton Glen with Creag an Tuirc and Lochan an Eireannaich
Replies: 0
Views: 1936

John Muir Way, Balloch to Strathblane

This is a scenic walk with a few gentle climbs. The terrain is mostly well-surfaced, but we did it on a hot summer's day - there are a few boggy patches so waterproof boots are recommended. It's the longest of the John Muir Way walks, at 18.5 miles (29km) so not recommended for inexperienced walkers...
by natubat
Fri Aug 21, 2015 11:15 pm
 
Forum: Walk reports - Scotland
Topic: John Muir Way, Balloch to Strathblane
Replies: 0
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